Steve Lorenz has a great breakdown of where Michigan recruiting goes from here.
“I think a couple guys have Michigan as their leader after The Opening. Dylan (McCaffrey) did a really good job telling guys about Michigan. Nico Collins, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, and Ambry Thomas,” St. Juste said.
There was a lot of other good stuff in there, as well.
This was a great piece from Angelique Chengelis that also touches on Hurst’s relationship with his dad, which the Boston Globe also had a great piece on in 2012.
Also, here’s a Big Ten Media Days preview with a Michigan focus from Brian Bennett.
Jabrill comes in at #10 on this list, with Lewis #13. Meanwhile, Ryan Glasgow makes a list of the top fifty underrated players.
You would not believe this, but Michigan actually makes this list. Not only that, they’re #4! Going to be a bad year for running the ball, apparently.
I’m bullish on Minnesota, but we’ll see what the rest of the Big Ten West looks like. This could be a tight race for the division title between several teams - Minnesota, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Iowa. It’ll probably be a rough first year for Lovie.
The big question here is this - can Iowa’s depleted wide receiving corps keep this team afloat? The athleticism was already a weak spot and there aren’t a lot of great options without Tevaun Smith.
Finally, here’s an oldie but a goodie - a hype video of Jourdan Lewis that I enjoyed from February.